iPlace
iPlace
1.0.3

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iPlace1.0.3

09 September 2010

Contextual menu plug-in for Safari for managing image downloads.

Overview

iPlace is a small contextual menu plug-in for Safari. It is designed to help you browse images in Web pages and to manage your image downloads. iPlace allows you to specify a set of locations to which you can save images and then allows you to either save single images or to browse all of the images in a page without seeing any of the text in between. In this way you can easily select and save multiple images at once.

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What's new in iPlace

Version 1.0.3:
  • Updated for Safari 5.0.2

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5 Reviews of iPlace

Kidclam
19 June 2009
Version: 1.0.2

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I have contacted the developer and he has updated the version (yet still same number 1.0.2) so that it works with Safari 4. Works as normal, so its all great! Thanks to the developer for a quick turnaround.
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Kidclam
20 August 2009
Version: 1.0.2
I am using SnowLeopard and this version doesn't work any more. I guess I have to wait until end of the month?
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Kidclam
19 June 2009
Version: 1.0.2
I have contacted the developer and he has updated the version (yet still same number 1.0.2) so that it works with Safari 4. Works as normal, so its all great! Thanks to the developer for a quick turnaround.
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Tice
18 November 2007
Version: 1.0.1
SIMBL ERROR: Plugin iPlace has not been loaded ... contact developer. So, doesn't work with Safari 3 Leopard and SIMBL 0.8.2.
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Bingley-Joe
12 October 2007
Version: 1.0
Great little plug-in! I haven't had any issues with it crashing Safari, and it's one of those little tools that's just so handy to have when you need it. I love that it puts the original link into a downloaded file's Get Info comment as well -- very nice. It would be nice to see that info in the main iPlace window somewhere as well (maybe with a copy-to-clipboard option), but at least it's available somewhere. The only other thing this needs is a quick way to reveal the downloaded files in the Finder. But otherwise, it does what it says and stays out of the way. Nice tool.
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nowheredense
11 August 2007
Version: 1.0
Safari crashes upon launch after installing this plug-in. -G5 -OS 10.4.10
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